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We are proud to announce the launch of our new and more user friendly website.

Following the success of the new Atlanta brochure, which brought all Fitted, Modular and Vanity furniture together for the first time under the Atlanta brand, the Atlanta bathrooms website now has a new look.

The new website has been designed to improve the online experience of both installers and homeowners, with easy to navigate menus and the ability to download or order a brochure and find stockist details from every product page.

You can now access BOES, the Be Modern online enquiry system from all pages, meaning you can get live quotes and place orders whilst browsing Atlanta products with your customer.

The new website has also been carefully designed to focus homeowners towards the inspiration section of the website, where they can browse real life Atlanta installations and get in contact with you or your installers with case studies uplaoded to Trade Link.

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Buying a new bathroom

Buying a new bathroom can be a complicated and daunting process for homeowners, as the bathroom is one of the most used rooms in the house not only by the homeowner but also by visitors, it is also one of the most expensive to renovate, usually beaten only by the kitchen.

So where do you start and how do you get it right?

Whether you’re a homeowner reading this or an installer looking to pass on some helpful information, we can all agree that budget is key. Forget about what you think it might cost or how much a friend or relative has paid for their bathroom and decide; how much do I want to spend? Whether it’s a small budget or a large budget, having a top figure in mind for the total completion of the work is important, as you need to have a clear idea from the start if you want to prevent yourself from feeling short changed at the end of the process. It will also help the installer to provide you with the best service possible, rather than them exploring ideas which are over budget or are not as bespoke or luxurious as you would like. Most importantly, when it comes to budget, allow what you feel comfortable with and don’t be persuaded to spend more than you really want to.

It’s always best to speak to a professional, they’ve seen hundreds if not thousands of bathrooms, it’s their job to help you to achieve the bathroom design you desire and they will help you with the entire process. Also to ensure your bathroom project is being carried out by a reputable installer; visit the ‘find out more’ section of, type in your post code and select from our list of approved installers in your area, you can also search installers work in the inspiration section of our website to get some ideas for your project.

If you’re planning on measuring the bathroom yourself use some graph paper, measure all dimensions and draw the whole bathroom out to scale. Include doors, radiators, waste pipes, other outlets and highlight any accessories in your bathroom which you want to keep, note down all sizes next to the relevant part of your drawing. Within the measuring process, consider what type of flooring and tiles you would like and measure the thickness as this will also help to ensure than your bathroom measurements are correct, some styles of flooring and tiles can be up to 20mm thick, so it’s important to bear this in mind.

Remember bathroom furniture is a fantastic way achieving a stylish and contemporary look as well as being a great storage solution, but don’t forget to check the sizing. To get a feel for how it will work in the room, try cutting a piece of cardboard to the same size as your desired unit, you may find you can fit a larger or different shaped? unit in than you first thought and if you find you don’t have the space, consider a slim line or a modular unit, in order to give yourself more floor space without sacrificing storage. Check out our products page to see our comprehensive range of bathroom furniture.

If you have more helpful suggestions of how to make the bathroom buying process easier or if you have any other handy bathroom hints and tips, we’d love to hear from you, email, we will tweet the best ones and also add them to

Take a shine to Pescara

The UK’s leading Fireplace and Bathroom Furniture manufacturer, Be Modern, has introduced a new cream gloss cabinet, perfectly matched to their existing highly popular Pescara door. The new cabinet is shown here featuring the In Line Breeze basin (which is also shown in the slim line version with the Novara range of furniture), which has seen massive growth year on year since it’s launch. The new gloss cabinet is available in all sizes and is available in Be Modern’s completely revised new combined brochure “Atlanta Bathroom Furniture”. Atlanta has also introduced another new door into their collection “Camini”, which is a striking matt white door with a definite Art Deco feel to it.

The new brochure (which is available now) combines the Atlanta, Concepts and Aquis brands into one easy to use catalogue and is just one part of the new look to Atlanta. The new look features new brand colours, new point of sale material and a brand new website which offers amongst many other things, retailers and installers the chance to showcase their companies, with a dedicated page for each company, all completely free of charge! The website is consumer centric and allows the consumer to get design ideas for their bathroom furniture based on colour, room shape and size and even by usage type.

For more information, please call 0191 428 0444 or find your local stockist here.

50 Shades of White

You walk into a bathroom showroom in any part of the UK and you can take your pick from a cornucopia of white sanitaryware. The UK bath and sanitaryware market is estimated to be worth around £280 million at msp and it must appear to the consumer that you can have white, white or white. This does not mean a return to avocado, honeysuckle or even misty peach is imminent as generally the consumer wants white sanitaryware; however there are still lots of ways to get colour (and differentiation) into a bathroom furniture design.

Clever use of bathroom furniture adds not only a splash of colour into any bathroom; it adds the practical advantage of storage and something as simple as a vanity unit with a matching bath panel, changes the average bathroom into a room to be proud of. Matching the right sanitaryware with the right furniture is paramount to both achieving the right look as well as being easy to install. Sales of products such as in line basins, which require no cut-outs in the countertop, thus saving time and money on the installation of the product, are growing dramatically.

The reality is that sanitaryware is always going to be predominantly white, but as a manufacturer, we will continue to do our best to offer the retailer and the consumer, as many options as possible to add a little colour into their bathroom designs.

For more information, please call 0191 428 0444 or find your local stockist here